Paul Brackman loads 3D printed metal samples into a tower for examination using an X ray CT scan in DOEs Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at ORNL Credit Brittany CramerORNL PACE Engineering Recruiters

A new deep-learning framework developed at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory is speeding up the process of inspecting additively manufactured metal parts using X-ray computed tomography, or CT, while increasing the accuracy of the results. The reduced costs for time, labor, maintenance and energy are expected to accelerate expansion of additive manufacturing, or 3D printing.


Source: S. Heather Duncan, ORNL

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